Focus on the number 10 as part of a series of worksheets for young counters. First, they trace the word ten and print it once or twice on their own. Next, learners draw 10 bottles onto an image of a brick wall and examine sets of bottles to determine how many are in each (one is done for them here). Finally, there is a number sequence missing the number 10 and scholars fill it in. Consider extending this worksheet into an entire day dedicated to the number 10, asking your class to each bring in 10 of something they have at home. Encourage kids to bring in collections and make it a "Perfect 10 Sharing Day."